Reviews & Recommendations
An anthology in aid for Women for Women International
Books I’ve LOVED and others not so much.
Reviewing 3 new books written by wei
A review of the beautiful new cookbook ‘Let Me Feed You’ by Rosie Daykin
Where I get my books, when I read, how I track my readings and so much more!
Guiding you through the books I’ve read recently, the one I’m reading and the ones on my list for the next few weeks
My journey with British literature and some English classics on my reading list…
A few reading recommendations on the theme of love for February
A review of Sophie Mackintosh’s The Water Cure.
I review The Anna Edit’s new book ‘An Edited Life’ and talk you through the organization tips I’ve implemented, from life to work and home. This is one for the type A personalities and people who love to be tidy!
The books I’ve read, am currently reading and will be reading in January
A novel I absolutely loved!
My first impressions of Tina Brown’s The Vanity Fair Diaries
My favourite blogs and magazines
A few of my cosy Sunday recommendations
A beautiful English edition of my favourite coffee table book was released
Recent reads and what I’m currently reading from Dolly Alderton to Scarlett Curtis, Lauren Bravo, Jojo Moyes and India Desjardins.
My thoughts on Lily Allen’s autobiography ‘My Thoughts Exactly’
Some of the best fiction books I have read this year
The novels and memoirs I’ve read recently…
A review of Katherine Ormerod’s brilliant book ‘Why Social Media is Ruining Your Life’.
A book featuring amazing women writers talking about modern topics
Two beautiful living autobiographies to add to your reading list!
A few things I’ve been reading in the past week, from novels to weekly columns to new blogs
A recent favourite… Charly Cox’s poetry book ‘She Must Be Mad’ discussing love, mental health, being an adult and our bodies
Books help us escape, they train us to become more empathetic, they teach us how to write, they make us feel good, and ultimately, they offer important life lessons. By reading Caroline O'Donoghue's debut novel 'Promising Young Women', I felt all of the above.
Reviewing a book about Finland’s ‘Sisu’ concept